Texans president Jamey Rootes resigning from the team

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The Houston Texans continue to see more changes at the top of their management structure.

According to multiple reports, team president Jamey Rootes is resigning from the team.

The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport tweeted that the Texans will search for a new team president, and that, “the organization moves forward with a new leadership structure.”

Rootes had been rumored to leave the Texans for a few weeks, but the rumor has now become reality for a team that has seen a bevy of changes over the last two years.

The Clemson alumnus had been president of the Texans since its 2002 inception.

In April 16, 2020, meeting with the Houston media, then-coach and general manager Bill O’Brien said that Rootes “ran the business side” of the Texans while he and executive vice president of football operations Jack Easterby ran the football side.

Prior to coming to the Texans, Rootes had been the general manager of the Columbus Crew for Major League Soccer.

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